I’m following the tutorial here: [HOW-TO] Mounting network shares with autofs (alternative to fstab)
This is on a Vero 4K+. I’ve installed kernel version 121 to help with banding on HDR material; other than that I don’t think I’ve done anything at all controversial.
AutoFS installed okay. I then followed the instructions for NFS shares. My auto.nfs.shares file looks like this:
I restarted autoFS.
It seems to have created the folder /mnt/nicolas-pc correctly: I can cd to that folder, and it looks as if there are five subfolders in there with the correct name. But if I try evaluating
ls -lah /mnt/nicolas-pc/Interim then I get:
ls: cannot access '/mnt/nicolas-pc/interim': No such file or directory.
If I try the debugging commands the tutorial suggests, I get
Starting automounter version 5.1.2, master map /etc/auto.master using kernel protocol version 5.02 lookup(dir): dir map /etc/auto.master.d missing or not readable lookup(file): failed to read included master map dir:/etc/auto.master.d lookup(file): failed to read included master map auto.master mounted direct on /mnt/nicolas-pc/QBTE with timeout 15, freq 4 seconds mounted direct on /mnt/nicolas-pc/QBTF with timeout 15, freq 4 seconds mounted direct on /mnt/nicolas-pc/Interim with timeout 15, freq 4 seconds mounted direct on /mnt/nicolas-pc/VideoE with timeout 15, freq 4 seconds mounted direct on /mnt/nicolas-pc/VideoF with timeout 15, freq 4 seconds